However you say it, po-TAY-to or po-TAA-to, everyone will agree that there are dozens of kid-friendly ways to cook up spuds. From tacos to chops, we rounded up 10 of our favorite tater recipes. Scroll down for our picks and then tell us how your kids like their potatoes.
1. Crispy Cauliflower and Potato Tacos
Crunchy, crispy, creamy – you can already tell this cauliflower and potato taco is going to be a smash hit with the kids. Baked, not fried, this stellar recipe from Veggie Don’t Bite is as healthy as you can get! Get the recipe by clicking here.
2. Potato Skillet With Baked Eggs
This potato skillet with baked eggs is a meal worth waking up for. Hearty and delicious, it can be enjoyed beyond breakfast for brunch, lunch and even dinner. Created in only five steps with one pot by The Hot Plate Community, we’re guessing this will soon be a popular eat for everyone in your household. Get the recipe by clicking here.
4. Sweet Potato Tacos with Cilantro Lime Sauce
Tacos don’t have to be piled high with meat or fish. Even those following a vegan diet can get in on the taco fun thanks to this recipe from Veggies Don’t Bite. The filling is sweet and smoky, and the entire dish is vegan, gluten-free and refined sugar-free. Get the recipe by clicking here.
5. Honey Glazed Chicken with Root Vegetables
Bay Area cookbook author, food blogger and mom, Kathy Strahs discovered that most families own an 8×8-inch dish. Her new book, The 8×8 Cookbook features 64 easy recipes that utilize this staple pan. Click here for one of the most popular recipes out of Kathy’s new cookbook, which your entire family is sure to love.
6. Vegetarian Chili
Magdalena of What’s For Dinner? says she enjoys this veggie chili recipe all year long–it’s just that good. She makes the chili extra hearty by serving it in a baked potato. Sound yum? Get the recipe here.
7. Lemon Chicken and Veggie Bake
Ready to go back to the basics? Forget the complicated, multi-pot and pan recipes and opt for this easy dish from food blogger Chelsea of A Duck’s Oven. Simply pile your veggies and potatoes into a baking dish and place the chicken on top. Get the recipe here.
8. Roast Chops with Apples, Spuds and Cider
This recipe, courtesy of Kerry Altiero’s new cookbook, Adventures in Comfort Food combines sweet, salty, and tart flavors and the final dish is exactly what your family needs on a cold winter day. Get the recipe here.
What’s your go-to way to cook up potatoes? Leave a comment below!
— Erin Lem
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